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seth rosenfeld report on the fbi's covert actions at the university of california berkeley in the 1960s. the of the reports the j. edgar oeuvre lead agency attempted to weaken activist student groups including the free-speech movement. this is about an hour and a half. >> my name is low bergman. i am the david logan distinguished prof. of investigative reporting at the graduate school of journalism at the university. on behalf of the journalism school, i want to invite all of you to what i think is an extraordinary special event especially for me personally. tonight we have the honor of having seth rosenfeld here. and went on to enjoy a long career as an executive career at the san francisco chronicle, and i stayed in touch with him all those years. going on for years. for all that time, seth was involved in his own personal quest for the question of what was really going on here at berkeley in the 1960s one of those events were taking place. the result is this book, "subversives: the fbi's war on student radicals, and reagan's rise to power". it is an extraordinary book. when i read it
>> next, seth rosenfeld reports on the fbi's covert actions at the university of california berkeley in the 1960s. the author reports that the j. edgar hoover-led agency attempted to weaken activist student groups including the free speech movement. this is about an hour and a half. >> good evening. my name is lowell bergman, and i'm the david and reva logan distinguished professor of investigative reporting here at the graduate school of journalism at the university. um, and on behalf of the journalism school and university, i want to invite all of you to what i think is an extraordinary, special event, especially for me personally. um, tonight we have the honor of having seth rosenfeld here who's an alum of the journalism school as well as the daily cal and went on to enjoy a long career as an investigative reporter at the san francisco chronicle. and all that time -- and i stayed in touch with seth all those years, i've known him for at least 30 year, going on 40 years -- and for all that time almost seth was involved in his own personal quest for the question of what was
guy starts saying stuff and an f.b.i. guy gets in touch with them and the agent met him and the guy believed the f.b.i. agent was not an file agent but an accomplice and got the stuff together and the suspect and the fbi at plans a fake attack for months and this morning it went down. now the details of how it went down. rick? rick: the suspect is from bangladesh who travels to the united states in john for the purpose of carrying out a terrorist attack allegedly wanted to destroy america. what he did was go online to try and recruit others to form a cell and one of the people he recruited was an undercover f.b.i. agent who this suspect thought was someone who also wanted to commit a terrorist act and the f.b.i. agent supplied this man with 20, 50-pound bags of what was supposed to be explosive material and this morning they put the 1,000 pounds of material in a van and drove together to lower manhattan and parked outside the new york federal reserve bank on liberty street where this suspect allegedly believed he was about do blow up a 1,000-pound bomb. he had a debt naturor he work
know how important that is. >> breaking news. a plan to block the fbi building in new york city has been blown apart. robert: this was an undercover sting by the fbi, this one of the terrorists as he is being talked about was a middle eastern man who parked a van outside the federal reserve building and gone to the millennium hotel nearby to use a cellphone to detonate what he thought were explosives. explosives that he purchased from an undercover fbi agents. they had been working together for several months to plan this attack which turned out to be a fake attack. they met online and he thought the fbi agent was an accomplice according to what we are learning from media reports. the thick explosives did not explode and he was arrested by federal agents. the terrorist was the only one arrested that we know of. he raised red flags after posting about jihad on line and met the undercover fbi agent online as well. the plot was foiled. applaud by middle east and man, terrorist wannabe as he is being built in new york post, he parked outside near the new york federal reserve in lower ma
>>shepard: and this just in, we are led to believe by the f.b.i. the initial target was president obama, a complete report tonight on follow report at 7:00 eastern and now "your world." we are following up on what could have been a very, very bad situation, not only very bad but scary, and very close. reports just in that a middle eastern man tried to blow up the federal reserve bank in manhattan today. lower manhattan, to be exact a few blocks from the scene of the 9/11 attacks in a plan similar to the first world trade center attack back in 1993. the terrorist wannabe park add van filled with what were presumably expensives outside the liberty street building and reportedly planned to then set the explosives off using a cell phone but it was all part of a trap via an undercover f.b.i. agent who was to have provided the materials. the unidentified suspect caught the f.b.i.'s attention after posting something about jihad online. the agent in question made contact with this guy three months ago and has been tracking and working with him each day. the suspect reportedly telling him
phone but it was all part of a trap via an undercover f.b.i. agent who was to have provided the materials. the unidentified suspect caught the f.b.i.'s attention after posting something about jihad online. the agent in question made contact with this guy three months ago and has been tracking and working with him each day. the suspect reportedly telling him that he wanted to blow up a bank. now, reports are he wanted to go after president obama. no one is sure, but, today was on be the day, this morning, parking that van, and hurrying over to the hotel near the world trade center where he then tried to trigger the explosion on his cell phone. nothing happened and the terrorist was arrested and the thousand-pound bomb was a fake. so were we don't know. this were we know: lower manhattan. terror. jihad. ring a bell? it does to my next guest. with us now is former f.b.i. agent. bill, wow. >>guest: wow and certainly very sobering here in the context of what happened in libya and certainly during the season of campaign for the presidency. it shows you that even if this is a self-
on the fbi to investigate the terrorist attacks in benghazi. which killed 4 americans including our ambassador. fbi investigators however remain in tripoli, they have now been for almost 3 weeks, they have done nothing, seen nothing, and obama administration, refers all questions to the fbi. which knows nothing. one could say, conveniently show, fox news correspondent katherine hairage has been reporting this throughout we turn to katherine for a live report. reporter: thank you lou, within the last hour, i have interviewed head of house intelligence committee, mike rodgers, he told me he believes that obama administration has politicized to fit a story line of a youtube video clip that was the driving force behind the benghazi attack. >> i argue the administration made serious mistakes when they highlighted video and took it on tv to with u.s. taxpayer dollars, they were serious mistakes we're paying the price for, it was because after that view she they thought their intelligence, what they wanted it to be not what it was. reporter: this statement issued friday, this is nation's t
accomplices were working for ehe f.b.i. we have two follow-up reports foight. first we'll turn to our senior correspondent john miller. john. >> reporter: scott, until the handcuffs went on, quazi nafis never suspected his two new york accomplices were working for the f.b.i. now the f.b.i. and homeland security investigation agents f.b.i.ging to find out if there are any real accomplices anywhere else. reb.i. agents are pouring through papers, computers, thumb drives and c.d.s pulled from the d.s ect's new york apartment. according to the f.b.i. affidavit, quazi nafis claimed to have connections to al qaeda averseas. investigators are trying to determine if those claims were true. nafis allegedly told an f.b.i. undercover agent he was work another man named yaqueen. he has been identified as a san diego man named willy carter, arrested here, yesterday, on possession of child pornography. s.b.i. sources say yaqueen was in contact with nafis but did not appear to have had a role in whe bomb plot. on the narrow street in bangladesh where the accused terrorist once lived, nafis' mother prayed, a
. isaacs thought she was mr. dixon's girlfriend. >> narrator: robert lasky is the fbi's assistant special agent in charge for montana. >> clearly, he took advantage of her being naive. >> narrator: dixon has a strange way of showing his affection. instead of taking ms. isaacs out to dinner, he has her take out pre-paid debit cards in her own name. a few months after they meet, they start going to banks. while dixon waits in the car, she puts the plastic to use. >> she flashed her credit card. she said, "can i do a cash advance on a credit card?" and i said, "yes." and she said, "but i'm not sure what my limit is. can i use your phone to call my credit-card company?" >> narrator: meay santigilia is a teller at first security bank in bozeman. she comes face-to-face with patience isaacs in september of 2007. >> she tried to get me on the phone with her credit-card company representative as soon as she walked in. >> narrator: across town, ms. isaacs goes into many banks like this one, where her goal is simple -- ask for a cash advance, and get the teller on the phone. >> she, basically, hands
>> pelley: tonight, a terror plot aimed at the heart of america's financial system. the f.b.i. say a bangladeshi man was caught today in a scheme to blow up the federal reserve bank of new york. john miller is on the case. scoring the presidential doubt. >> production is down. >> no, it isn't. >> production on government land of oil is down 14%. >> pelley: each accused the other of not speaking the truth. we'll sort out the facts with wyatt andrews, nancy cordes, and jan crawford. lance armstrong resigns today and is fired repeatedly by his sponsors. >> if you have a doping offense or it's positive it goes without saying that you're fired. >> pelley: and john blackstone in san francisco with the fastest boats on the bay, looking to capture a wave of new fans. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening. the f.b.i. says it has arrested a young man in a manhattan hotel today as he pushed the buttons to set off what he believed was a massive truck bomb outside the federal reserve bank of new york. what the man didn't know was t
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, and a life-saving lesson for the f.b.i. stay with us. people were killed today in two bomb attacks in southern afghanistan. six of those deaths were in kandahar, where a suicide bomb or a motor bike blew himself up at an intelligence office. one nato service member and five afghans were killed. the taliban is claiming responsibility. applying lessons learnedded from treating battle field casualties has long produced great benefits here at home. the use of triannual choppers in vietnam changed trauma treatment. police officers have better bulleted proof vestes and bob orr tells us now about one low-tech advancement the f.b.i. is implementing. >> drop your gun! >> reporter: at the f.b.i.'s training academy, prospective agents practice responding to bank robberies and office shootings. >> i was shot in the arm. >> reporter: beyond guns, these next-generation g-men are also learning how to use another piece of equipment-- a simple tourniquet. the f.b.i. is adopting a lesson learned on the battlefields of iraq and afghanistan. the quick field application of tourniquets has helped the u.
" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening. the f.b.i. says it has arrested a young man in a manhattan hotel today as he pushed the buttons to set off what he believed was a massive truck bomb outside the federal reserve bank of new york. what the man didn't know was that his accomplices worked for the f.b.i. the plot unfolded in the heart of lower manhattan, a few blocks from the former world trade center site. the federal reserve bank of new york is vital to the nation's financial system. it is the clearing house for the transactions of the nation's largest banks. and the storage site of vast reserves of gold. senior correspondent john miller has been talking to his source at the foeb, and he has details of the plot and the suspect. >> reporter: quazi mohammad nafis came to the u.s. from bangledesh on a student visa to study at southeast missouri state university. he caught the f.b.i.'s attention allegedly in an extremist online chat room trying to form a terror cell. agents posing as al qaeda facilitators arranged a meeting with nafis, in which he allegedly laid out his plan to attack new
out the fbi went to the men colony to interview doug el but in the final report agents focus on the 3 other murders. there is no mention of the fourth victim. >> wasn't in the reports. i remember that vividly. i remember how much i wished the fbi didn't have their policy at that point of not tape recor recording because i would have liked to have heard every single word spoken but that was their policy. >>reporter: but the i team learned the fbi didn't question john about the fourth victim. retired special agent frank hick e mailed me that he went to the interview blind and on a very, very short notice. i was never told by wright or anyone else about a fourth murder or throwing a fourth victim off the golden gate. that was never mentioned during my time on the case. if it had been i would have interviewed john in detail about it. fbi was not alone in failing to ask doug el about the fourth victim. see exclusive video belmont police question doug el about the murders but not about this fourth victim. >> thanks coming up in a momen moment. >> that's right. >> abc 7 meteorologist
. >>> an alert tonight about a scam that uses the fbi to frighten computer users and then steal their money. as andrea mccarren reports, it does not ask for your personal information or a credit card number. >> all of a sudden, it says my computer is blocked by the fbi. >> peter walden sat down at his computer to check his e- mail and surprised by this full screen message listing alleged activities for which users are being blocked. >> maybe down loading illegal music or you are going to pornographic materials. >> what raised his suspicion is that in order to unblock his computer, the screen required a $200 payment with a prepaid money card within the next 72 hours. >> if you don't, then you end up getting -- the fbi will open a file against you and you go to jail. >> walden is not easily taken by scams and he's a stick lar for details. if you look closely as he did, you'll see the fbi's name is missing the word oath. andrea mccarren, 9news now. >> the fbi knows all about this scam. it holds your computer hostage and demands a payment. an fbi spokeswoman told us, we would never ask a
for, and received, help from the fbi. >> we want to know who did this. >> with fbi combing through her home, her family and friends want her killer captured. >> i hope for anything possible that will lead to finding the person that did to this to my mom. >> police say there is no clear moat skbrif they're searching for her 2011 subaru. the car shown here on a web site set up by the family we're a quiet community. it's just a random act of violence. >> the 55-year-old found friday night inside of her front door. an autopsy revealed she died from multiple stab wounds. with only two investigators police asked the fbi for help and this morning a dozen agents spend the day collecting phone shall evidence. >> we'll more than likely take the husband or one members of the family through to see if there is anything miss weg don't know about and there is the only thing we know is missing is the car. >> and those who knew ko are trying to come to grips with her loss. >> this is something i never thought i would see happening to this person. >> this 18-year-old was a student of hers. >> who would
a 1,000- pound car bomb. however, the suspect didn't know he was working with undercover f.b.i. agents. we have more now from new york. >> reporter: outside the federal reserve bank of new york, there are no signs of extra security after the building was the target of an alleged terror plot. 21-year-old quazi nafis is accused of trying to blow up the building which holds a large reserve of gold. investigators looking to see if there were more people involved. >> what they're looking for are who did he tell, what did he tell them and when did they know it. >> reporter: he came to the united states on a student visa in january to study at southeast missouri state university. the f.b.i. says it started watching him in july after he tried setting up a terror cell online. that's when agents began a sting operation. >> he comes here with again the purpose of committing some sort of jihad here in the united states. >> reporter: on wednesday the f.b.i. says nafis tried to use his cell phone to detonate a 1,000- pound bomb in front of the bank, but the f.b.i. made sure the bomb was harmless. na
it because he's so disciplined. the fbi, of course not known for its delicate touch but is now going for community outreach. >> it is not known for its community outreach. they are doing community outreach with the hedge fund community. this is kind of a bizarre story. i mean, you know, i thought they kind of pushed the limits on the -- remember the michael douglas video, you know, telling people don't be liz: don't be greedy. >> don't be like my character gordon gecko on wall street. this is a gentler fbi at work. they are holding a series of meetings. they are doing it as we speak. again, very recently with major hedge funds and investors on insider trading. they are looking from what they say now this is a very touchy feely fbi here, build relationships with the major hedge funds. why do they want to build relationships? well, they would like liaisons at these hedge funds so when stuff goes down -- liz: they get the dirt. >> but not only that, they are basically imploring the hedge funds beef up your compliance and if you need us, here's our card. if you want that rat out one of y
'll have information on whether the f.b.i. believes it was connected to the kidnap murder of jessica ridgeway. we'll have the f.b.i. report on that in the bottom of the hour. you will hear a teen who survived being kidnapped by a monster. presidential politics and the latest on benghazi gate with senator bob corker back from libya. back here at home romney, the gop contender is widening his margin. what is so far unclear is whether thursday night's vice-presidential debate will move the polls one way orth other. three smart connected guests are here to weigh in. ab stodard joins u. and here in the studio with me. mord stucker man who owns the new york daily news and editor in chief. it is great to see everybody again. >> do you think that romney has it won? >> no one has it won when it is that close. he has the moment yum wind in his sails and sia suburb evening with 76 percent of the adults watching him and comparing him to obama. he came across wonderfully. if he continues that presence. he doesn't have to prove themselves as being presidential. we have established that. whatever o
correspondent laurla suzanne kelly. >> the fbi is expected to take the lead on this investigation. >> so, it is not clear. fbi will take the lead on interviews and cia. others will be there? >> that is what was expected. you understand what this looks like with law enforcement. but we are told that right now the fbi is told to take the lead. they would be able to uphold in court but that the intelligence agency agencies know. >> so, his name is ali alhazri. we know that he was posting details of the attack as it was happening on his social media websites. we know that officials detained him and turned him over to tunisia. >> cnn has obtained an e-mail that details within eight hours that the shelter location is under fire where the navy s.e.a.l.s were veeventually killed. they were in a position to know a lot about the attack in realtime. >> they did know that there were mortars being used. with the threat of information like that, and that is only one piece of the picture and days later they find out that there was more to it. it puts officials into a position of getting more informatio
with an fbi agent. found the driver guilty. what the family said. >> family members of lorentz injury handed down the century -- the right verdict. >> it restores my confidence in system.ice >> they are trying to recover from that terrible night when jr's car ended up looking like this. the fbi agent adrian johnson who with the blood alcohol level over 30 times the legal limit when he slammed into their car. >> nobody is above the law. >> the attorney says his status fbi agent made no the way they prosecute the case. their 18-year-old son lost completely a avoidable accident. >> i truly miss him. it is so hard, but maybe i can go on. >> just some of the charges he .as convicted of motorst serious one is vehicle manslaughter. facing 13 years in prison. attorney said he felt the not his client that it was unavoidable. >> we turn to the political showdown over same-sex marriage in maryland. good supporters will get the of a well-known politician. president obama officially gave measure as for the well. tonight he has the evening off because he is accepting a special award for the called world o
bay area. we have the story on the raids in the newsroom. damian. >> reporter: the fbi is being tight-lipped saying the affidavits remain sealed. this is video we shot this morning at the blossom hill apartments. this is one of several locations hit. we saw agents in suits making one arrest. we understand s.w.a.t. teams lent a hand in the action. about an hour ago, the san francisco office of the fbi would say it is the lead agency and its gang task force in the south bay was in charge of the operation. >> i can't comment on the number of officers out there. there was an appropriate number of tactical personnel and fbi s.w.a.t. personnel involved in addition to numerous others across the san jose area. >> reporter: the fbi tells me the federal affidavits should be unsealed by the end of today. they will provide more details at that time. we will stay on top of this story and bring you the latest online and on the news at 5:00. i'm damian trujillo, nbc bay area news. >>> thank you. an early-morning fire forced a berkeley family out of their home this morning. this cell phone video show
. that is the significance with officer baker. >>> we have got more breaking news. the fbi is searching what is believed to be the arlington participate of leon, jr. >> accused of three ag molotov cocktail at an apartment complex. >> the wood bury complex in the 1100 block of arlington. what the fbi calls a response team and bomb squad began the search of the 2nd degree floor apartment at 5:00. about three hours after the initial appearance in federal court of suspect leon trail, 29 arrested after police say he tried to ignite a molotov cocktail. it did not explode. >> it was a rude, crude device. >> reporter: police said he left in a backpack three similar devices. appearing in federal court charged with arson, he said nothing. the fbi says right now it anticipates no other arrests. >> that could potentially change depending on what he has found here. the affidavit in support of this search warrant is sealed which means the fbi does not want to you see what it is in it. if convicted he could face five to 25 years in prison. >>> right now emergency crews are on the scene of a deadly accident that invol
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of our citizens. the fbi gets to benghazi three weeks after the september 11th terrorist attack. too bad the leaders, journalists , terrorists, and passers-by beat them to the scene. is the obama administration getting? author, former federal prosecutor andrew mccarthy joins us. it philadelphia, a high-school teacher makes a student go home because of a t-shirt. was the teacher acting in a medley? was she really acting? governor mitt romney -- >> people having a hard time right now. middle income americans and the president's policies middle income americans have been very -- did just been crushed. lou: the governor's performance change the outcome of this presidential election? the "a-team" is here with their debate reviews. seems they haven't been moving much lately. but things are starting to turn around because of business people like you. and regions is here to help. with the experience and service to keep things rolling. from business loans to cash management, we want to be your partner moving forward. so switch to regions. and let's get going. together. one is for a clean, wedomes
. the fbi gets to benghazi three weeks after the september 11th terrorist attack. too bad the leaders, journalists , terrorists, and passers-by beat them to the scene. is the obama administration getting? author, former federal prosecutor andrew mccarthy joins us. it philadelphia, a high-school teacher makes a student go home because of a t-shirt. was the teacher acting in a medley? was she really acting? governor mitt romney -- >> people having a hard time right now. middle income americans and the president's policies middle income americans have been very -- did just been crushed. lou: the governor's performance change the outcome of this presidential election? the "a-team" is here with their debate reviews. want to try to crack it? yeah, that's the way to do it! now we need a little bit more... a little bit more vanilla? this is great! [ male announcer ] at humana, we believe there's never been a better time to share your passions... because the results... are you having fun doing this? yeah. that's a very nice cake! [ male announcer ] well, you can't beat them. [ giggles ]
in camps in afghanistan. hopefully at some point in the near future our f.b.i. is going to be able to have access to him. >> bret: is f.b.i. running point on this? >> they are. anytime we have an instance like this, even though it happens overseas, violation of american law. under our judicial system the f.b.i. takes the lead. unfortunate that the f.b.i. has been handicapped by the libyans not letting them have access. both to the site in benghazi as well as access to the individuals who were involved. yet the press has been able to go to benghazi. they have been able to talk freely with some of the individuals who were guards. witnesses. of one form or another. the administration has not pushed the libyan government to give the f.b.i. the access they need. >> what we heard if from the administration it's dangerous for the f.b.i. is that not the case? are they held back from the libyans? >> not a safe place for sure. we can protect the f.b.i. give them the access they need. the f.b.i. does not have that access. >> bret: greg palkot was on the ground giving a tour of the compound. you are n
. but i want to start with, intelligence correspondent suzanne kelly. >> >> the fbi is expected to take the lead on this investigation. >> so, it is not clear. fbi will take the lead on interviews and cia. others will be there? >> that is what was expected. it's not clear that the cia will take the lead and other intelligence will be there? >> that's what we understand you understand what this looks like with law enforcement. but we are told that right now the fbi is told to take the lead. they would be able to uphold in court but that the intelligence agency will be there as well. they want to know how many other people they can lik nk to the attack in benghazi. >> so, his name is ali alhazri. we know that he was posting details of the attack as it was happening on his social media websites. >> as it was happening? >> as it was happening. spectacular detail. when you do something like that it makes it easier for people to track you down and find you. we know that he went from libya and turkey, and officials detained him and turned him over to tunisia. >> cnn has obtained an e-mail that
? >> reporter: these apartments are only a half a block away from oak grove high school. the fbi said it arrested two people on federal drug charges. fbi agents in suits were at the blossom hill apartments after 5:00 this morning. here they're arresting one of two men. they're facing federal charges for conspiracy to distribute meth. >> today the fbi, along with our local partners conducted a number of law enforcement actions, interdictions across the san jose area. >> reporter: the fbi says its gang task force in the south bay led the operation. the agency won't say if the suspects are part of a larger organized group or gang, but agents needed help from neighboring police departments to make the arrests. >> again, i can't comment on the number of officers that were out there. but there was an appropriate number of tactical personnel, fbi s.w.a.t. personnel involved in several interdictions, in addition to numerous others across the san jose area. >> reporter: neighbors at the blossom hill apartments say they're not surprised by the early morning raid. >> i mean it's not the first ti
those contacts were undercover agents with the fbi. wnbc's jonathan dienst is the chief investigative reporter and has the latest for us. jonathan. >> reporter: almost 24 hours after his arrest mohammed nafis remains behind bars without bail on the terror conspiracy counts, investigators say he tried to drive that van here to the federal reserve bank in lower manhattan and tried to set off a 1,000-pound bomb by remote control. but all along fbi, nypd and homeland security officials say they were on to him monitoring his every move and even provided through informants, some of the components for the bomb that were inert and that's why this part did not work, they say. they arrested him earlier this morning after they say he made a jihadist video claiming al qaeda had won, then he apparently left the van and went and tried to set off that explosion. investigators say they are looking into other soeblts, other people he was in contact with here in new york, in missouri where he went to school and also out in san diego. they say he had been trying to recruit others to join him in this ter
. after that information came out the fbi went to the men colony to interview doug el but in the final report agents focus on the 3 other murders. there is no mention of the fourth victim. >> wasn't in the reports. i remember that vividly. i remember how much i wished the fbi didn't have their policy at that point of not tape recor recording because i would have liked to have heard every single word spoken but that was their policy. >>reporter: but the i team learned the fbi didn't question john about the fourth victim. retired special agent frank hick e mailed me that he went to the interview blind and on a very, very short notice. i was never told by wright or anyone else about a fourth murder or throwing a fourth victim off the golden gate. that was never mentioned during my time on the case. if it had been i would have interviewed john in detail about it. fbi was not alone in failing to ask doug el about the fourth victim. see exclusive video belmont police question doug el about the murders but not about this fourth victim. >> thanks coming up in a momen moment. >> that's
the fbi went to the men colony to interview doug el but in the final report agents focus on the 3 other murders. there is no mention of the fourth victim. >> wasn't in the reports. i remember that vividly. i remember how much i wished the fbi didn't have their policy at that point of not tape recor recording because i would have liked to have heard every single word spoken but that was their policy. >>reporter: but the i team learned the fbi didn't question john about the fourth victim. retired special agent frank hick e mailed me that he went to the interview blind and on a very, very short notice. i was never told by wright or anyone else about a fourth murder or throwing a fourth victim off the golden gate. that was never mentioned during my time on the case. if it had been i would have interviewed john in detail about it. fbi was not alone in failing to ask doug el about the fourth the fourth vice exclusive video belmont police question doug el about the murders but not about this fourth victim. >> thanks coming up in a momen moment. >> that's right. >> abc 7 meteorologist is
.com. the website features enhanced satellite imagery, interactive models, live chat and more. >>> a former fbi agent is spending his first night in jail found guilty of killing a maryland teen-ager in a drunk driving car crash nearly two years ago. at the time adrian johnson had just been promoted to protect the life of the u.s. attorney general. fox 5's bob barnard has our report tonight. >> reporter: it took the jury two hours to find adrian johnson guilty of homicide by motor vehicle while intoxicated and a half related charges. this is his mugshot taken late thursday. the 38-year-old former fbi agent spending his first night in jail since that horrific collision on north keys road in brandywine in february, 2011. 1 >> time and time again a lot of times the law officer gets slapped on the wrist and gets away with it, but this time i'm glad that everything came out okay. >> reporter: lawrence garner's son jr was 18 when he was killed. his best friend robert mitchell was seriously injured when garner drove out of a friend's driveway and into the path of johnson's speeding suv. he was an fbi
's a little bit of negotiating going on. there's a process in place. the fbi is expected to take the lead on this negotiation, though intelligence officials are also expected to be in the room when he's questioned. >> so it's not clear -- so fbi will take the lead on interrogation or interviews, and cia, others, intelligence will be there? >> that's what's expected. exactly. now, obviously, you understand how this works with law enforcement. with fbi taking the lead versus intelligence taking the lead. but we're told right now fbi is expected to take the lead in this. so they're gathering evidence for him that they would be able to down the road uphold in court, but the intelligence agencies will be there as well because they want to know who this guy knows, who he talked, to how many other people that they can link to this attack in benghazi. >> his name is alli hahzi, correct? >> ali anri al harzi. we know he was posting details of the attack as it was happening on his social media website. >> as it was happening? >> as it was happening. which is just spectacular detail. but although wh
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